$10 Gold Indian Eagles are among the rare coins that survived the Gold Reserve Act of 1934, which put an end to their circulation. Many of the coins in this series have just the slightest features of wear; an impressive state of quality considering their circulation between 80-100 years ago.
The dates on these coins may depend on the available inventory. Add this $10 Gold Indian Eagle coin to your collection.
The Value of History in a Coin
Part of the appeal for historical 20th-century coins is that each year represents major events in the nation’s history. Minted in the years following the turn of the century to 1933, the coins span periods of US expansion, World War I, the Roaring 20s, and the Great Depression. Each coin reminds us of the events that helped make this great nation. It also reminds us of the robust monetary value that gold has held (and continues to hold) through every major period of historical change.
The Rarity of Pre-1933 Gold Coins
Pre-1933 gold coins occupy a special place in history, making them a valuable asset in any coin collection. Many of these non-surviving coins in this series were sent back to the US Treasury where they were melted into bars. This reduction in supply, along with the superior artistry in their design, are reasons why many collectors today cherish these historical pieces.